Here is my Fisheye Baby 110’s adventures with expired Fuji Superia 200 film from the desert of Nevada to the green of Los Angeles.
My 110 format adventured started with B&W. The Orca was fun, but I needed a faster film. 200 speed seemed like the ideal choice for me since I am usually hiding in the shade whenever I can find it outside.
Before Lomography released their Color Tiger film, I bought two expired rolls of Fuji Superia 200 for my Fisheye Baby camera. I started off at Lake Mead in Nevada with some very bright panoramas.
Next, I tried the flash at home with my SX-70 and test ugly dolls.The indoor shots came out nicely.The colors are saturated but quite grainy. I prefer the sharpness of the Color Tiger film for indoor shots.
I finished off the roll of expired fujifilm at the Lomography Los Angeles Store whilst on a Diana Baby 100 workshop. These are my favorite photos of the bunch. Outside wandering around the sky is a wonderful, bright blue. The 200 speed film works nicely in the shade and bright sunlight. The linear store exterior really looks saturated and distorted.
Once inside the store, I hooked up my Diana F+ flash and took some photos of the film and the brand new Sardina 8-Ball. I was quite pleased with the results. What do you think?